Lava from the La Palma volcano reaches the sea in an area of ​​cliffs on the coast of Tazacorte

The lava flow that emerges from the volcanic eruption of La Palma has reached the sea in an area of ​​cliffs on the coast of Tazacorte.

The lava has been falling slowly and the only thing that has been seen in the distance are hot stones that fall into the sea, according to the Canarian television broadcast from a boat.

Specifically, it has touched water in the surroundings of Los Guirres beach and also of a nearby cliff, from which the lava would be precipitating from about 100 meters high.

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